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Help I got a problem with my screen


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help i still dossent work
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Take out the new disk that you installed. Make sure that your system disk is jumpered correctly (Should be Master or Cable Select). Run the computer now.
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Sorry but that was one of the first things I did when i tried to get my computer to work again
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Strange. You describe a problem which directly follows an action that you took. The normal thing to do is to reverse everything to the original state, and normally it works. Please recheck carefully that the ram is properly seated and the slot is perfectly clean. Double check all flat cable connections and make sure that they are well secured. recheck HD jumpers. make sure that the monitor connector is well secured and there are no bent or broken pins. make sure that the connector between the power supply unit and the motherboard sits properly.

If the monitor is blank then you do not know if the computer is working or not. The only that you see and hear is the fans spinning, nothing else. If possible connect the computer to another monitor. That will help determining where the problem is.
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